A few more thoughts about this, Big Tex uses square type adjustable couplers on all goosenecks and true Dexter 12K axles. Most goosenecks only have either 10K or HD 10K axles and most are Quality Brand which are inferior to Dexter. Big Tex is one of a few gooseneck builders that even make a 25,900GVWR trailer. Most are 22K. Another thing is that if a person can dream it, and engineering signs off on it, Big Tex will build it. They probably give more trailers away each year than most companies build. Big Tex made several tandem dual gooseneck dumps painted chamelean(spelling?) colors for customers(6k paint jobs), not for the faint at heart. How many trailer builders even have paint boots? I've had one West Wind that was painted in the rain, far cry from Big Tex. Small utility trilers, Big Tex uses cambered axles, how many people actually know what's under their trailer? If you have a straight axle and load it down, what happens to those wheels and tires? Yep, if you have a cambered axle, and your not loaded down, not much weight are on those tires edges so no irregular wear. When cambered axles are loaded down, which most trailers are most of the time, the axle then straightens out, allowing the tires to wear flat. Just a whole meal for thought before you buy just any trailer.